Swae Lee dedicated his cover of Diddy, Faith Evans, and 112's "I'll Be Missing You" to "the loved ones we lost and everyone joining this fight.
Swae Lee decided to be a source of healing for the world through the art of music. On Friday (June 5th), as protests against police brutality and systemic racism persist across the country and around the globe, Swae shared a 2-minute clip to Instagram to acknowledge the events going in the world right now.
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“Hey, what’s up you guys,” he begins in the video. “I’ve just been tuning in, paying attention to everything going on around us in the media, in our communities, right outside our front doorstep. So, I just wanted to use my voice to do something positive. Imma sing a little tune for y’all. Vibe wit’ it." He proceeds to perform a tribute cover of Diddy, Faith Evans, and 112's 1997 song, "I'll Be Missing You," originally written in memory of the late Notorious B.I.G. Swae dedicated the beautiful tune and its powerful message to "the loved ones we lost and everyone joining this fight pushing forward."
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Earlier this week, Swae partook in one of the demonstrations occurring in Miami to fight these horrible injustices done by police. “The voices of humanity are being heard now more than ever !!!!” he wrote on a post from the protest. “Feel the power of unity we have always been stronger as one …putting our differences aside is the biggest step for mankind. One love everyone stay safe and remember the right thing to do is the right thing."